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Just a few days after there were reports that LG's upcoming flagship smartphone, the G4, will be costlier than the Galaxy S6, it is now being said that the device will actually be cheaper than the Samsung's flagship, at least in Germany. The news comes from German website WinFuture, which is reporting that the 32GB version of the G4 will cost somewhere between €679 and €689, which is €10 to €20 cheaper than the S6. The report, however, notes that the prices are only for the base model which doesn't feature a leather back. Other models in the category will be priced somewhere in the range of €729 to €739, which is more than the S6 but cheaper than the Galaxy S6 Edge. The G4 is set to be officially unveiled tomorrow, and will be released in Korea the day after. Via 1 (translated) | Via...


Some rumors just sound too good to be true, but with the modest update to the Xperia Z flagship Sony's hottest phone may land in a forgotten mid-range series. The Sony Xperia P2 borrows the transparent strip of its 2012 predecessors and spices up the looks with super-thin bezels. Leaked diagrams and specs point to a 5.2" Triluminos IPS screen with 1080p resolution, basically the same screen as the Xperia Z4. Side by side, however, the P2 looks tiny - 137.3 x 67.2 x 10.9mm. Compare that to LG G2's 138.5x 70.9 x 8.9mm. The screen glass will be beveled at the edges at a thickness of 0.8mm. Okay, the Sony Xperia P2 sounds a bit thick, but the back is curved ranging from 8.9mm to 10.9mm. The payoff is the huge 4,240mAh battery inside, that's more than most phablets and the Moto Maxx/Turbo. Sony will allegedly revamp the camera department that hasn't seen a major upgrade since the Xperia Z1. The new camera will have an Exmor RS sensor of the same size (1/2.3") but at lower resolution (12MP) meaning bigger pixels. It will feature a Sony G OSS lens, which essentially means optical image stabilization. It will be a wide-angle 25mm lens with f/2.0 aperture and there is a dual-LED flash below it in the diagram. The camera will will record 2160p video. For still images ISO will range from 64 to 25,600 and 12-bit RAW. The selfie camera is slated to be a 5.1MP/1080p shooter. According to the leak the Sony Xperia P2 will be powered by a Snapdragon 810 chipset that may be slightly downclocked - the four big A57 cores are listed at 1.9GHz instead of the usual 2GHz. This may be to reign in the heat. The phone will have 3GB of RAM and 32GB storage. The status of an expansion slot is unclear. There are no stereo speakers in sight either, but the transparent strip below the screen will probably be illuminated like on the original Xperia P, which was an attractive design element. The Xperia P also had a metal back too, unfortunately there's no image of the back of the P2. The Xperia P2 sounds like a dream phone so far with a few catches - the biggest of which is that it might all be a fan-made concept. Source (in Chinese)|...


After crowdsourcing the name of their upcoming smartphone, and settling on YUPHORIA, YU is now asking its fans to design a UI set for the phone. Participants in the challenge can either design the entire set, including icons, controls, status bar, navigation bar, and the wallpaper, or individual elements, including wallpaper, boot animation, or ringtones. Those who choose to design the entire set can stand to win up to Rs. 100,000 ($1570) in cash prize and individual element creators can win up to Rs. 10,000 ($157) in Amazon credits. The closing date for the challenge is May 10, so make sure you send your entries before then. Check the link below for further...


Vivo's upcoming X5 Pro smartphone will launch on May 7, according to a report from Chinese website Mobile-Dad. What's worth mentioning here is that it is the same date the Vivo Xshot debuted last year. From what we know so far, the X5 Pro is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 615 SoC, comes with 3GB of RAM, and packs in a 3,500mAh battery. It features a camera with phase detection autofocus, and runs Android Lollipop with the company's own Funtouch UI on top. The device is also said to utilize a front glass with slightly rounded corners, which produce a 2.5D effect. Needless to say, none of this has been officially confirmed, so take it with a pinch of salt. Via 1 (translated) | Via...


Smartphones will be the leading consumer electronics item this year, according to global research firm GfK. Speaking at IFA 2015, Jürgen Boyny, global director of consumer electronics for GfK Retail and Technology, said that the ongoing decline in smartphone prices will help increase their demand. "Smartphones are still a major driver of the digital market," he said. "Prices are dropping." Boyny revealed that they expect the smartphone market to grow by 1.5% this year to $859.12 billion, up from $846.07 billion last year. While Middle East and Africa will see a 6% growth (the largest) in smartphone sales, US will witness a modest 3% growth. On the other hand, there will be a 2% decline in smartphone sales in Europe in 2015, he said. Boyny also touched upon the wearable category, saying the market for fitness trackers and smart watches will continue to grow in 2015. GfK predicts that a total of around 114 million wearables will be sold this...


According to report in The Wall Street Journal, a dedicated unit by Qualcomm will help Chinese smartphone manufacturers sell their hardware overseas. The chipmaker recently settled a massive antitrust investigation in China by paying a fine of $975 million. The move is part of Qualcomm's efforts to strengthen its relationships with manufacturers in China. A company executive told WSJ that the San Diego-based maker of the popular Snapdragon chipsets has set up a globalization office in Shenzhen, which will help local companies touch base with markets abroad. As a result of the antitrust settlement, Qualcomm will reduce the royalties it collects from manufacturers in China and be more transparent about its local business ventures. The tech giant will also start a $150 million fund that will invest in local startups. Source (subscription required) |...


Alleged press render of the upcoming Vivo X5 Pro made the rounds online. The upcoming smartphone from the Chinese manufacturer is expected to debut as early as this week, on April 28. Alleged Vivo X5 Pro image (click to enlarge) The leaked render falls in line with the teaser images of the handset that appeared over the past couple of weeks. Vivo X5 Pro will utilize a front glass with slightly rounded corners, which produce a 2.5D effect. The latter has been increasingly popular feature in smartphones lately. Rumored specs of Vivo X5 Pro include Qualcomm Snapdragon 615 SoC, 3GB of RAM, camera with phase detection autofocus, and 3,500mAh battery. The device will boot Android Lollipop dressed in Funtouch 2.1 UI....


Nokia has no plans to re-enter the smartphone market after all. The Finnish giant released an official statement, which denied recent rumors that suggested the opposite. Here is the full text of Nokia's short statement: Nokia notes recent news reports claiming the company communicated an intention to manufacture consumer handsets out of a R&D facility in China. These reports are false, and include comments incorrectly attributed to a Nokia Networks executive. Nokia reiterates it currently has no plans to manufacture or sell consumer handsets. The above statement is as straightforward as it is concise. It is worth noting that, under the terms of its deal with Microsoft, Nokia isn't allowed to launch any phone bearing its name until the second half of next year. Source...


Xiaomi is working to bring a fingerprint sensor to its high-end to mid-range smartphones. A new patent filing at the State Intellectual Property Office in China reveals a method of implementing fingerprint recognition to the buttons. It is being estimated that the next Xiaomi flagship device might include the fingerprint sensor. While there is no confirmation on that, here is what the patent filing reveals: "The device comprises a bottom fingerprint sensors and optical sensor provided in the terminal equipment of the cover glass; fingerprint identification circuit connected fingerprint sensor for fingerprint recognition sensor and the fingerprint information analysis and processing, obtain fingerprint analysis ; host processor, and an optical sensor and fingerprint identification circuit connections for the monitored optical sensor light information received to determine whether cover glass touch button operation; identity authentication based on fingerprint analysis results obtained fingerprint identification circuit." Home button on the smartphones have become more than the button by integrating a fingerprint sensor. Premium devices such as iPhone 6 and Samsung Galaxy S6 include fingerprint sensor. Xiaomi Mi 5 may feature 5.2" QHD display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 mobile chipset, 3GB of RAM, up to 64GB storage, 16MP rear camera, 8MP front-facing unit, and 3,600 mAh battery. We suggest to take these specs with a grain of salt and wait for a formal announcement. Source |...


Counterclockwise is old news - literally! - but looking back on events from the distance of several years can give you an interesting perspective. Like the madness that surrounded a simple paintjob or that time a Nokia 1100 allegedly robbed banks. The secret history of iPhone designs Apple changes the design of the iPhone every two or three generations. Back in April 2010 the current model was the curvy 3GS, but factories were already prepping for the next-gen phone. The "iPhone 4G" would have squared off sides, metal frame, plus a glass back. Apparently the initial leak happened well before April, but it's the nature of rumors that they are hard to confirm. And a confirmation did come in a rather dramatic fashion - someone sold a lost early unit to Gizmodo, which caused all sorts of legal trouble. The lost iPhone 4 The iPhone 3G introduced a White color option and the 3GS followed. The iPhone 4, however, launched in Black only as manufacturing issues reportedly slowed down production. The iPhone 4 officially launched in June 2010, while the White iPhone 4 launched a full year after the big leak on April 28. Why would a different color cause such a huge delay you ask? It turns out that the white glass affected optical elements in the camera and proximity sensor (which uses infrared light), so they had to be redesigned for the white model. The White color option came so late that the rumor mill had already moved on to iPhone 5 leaks. This one was off the mark with its iPod-inspired looks. Apple would eventually move to an iPod-like design, but that didn't happen until the iPhone 6 and the bezels never got this thin. Despite the delay Apple was rolling in the dough and iOS devices outnumbered Android ones in the US. In April 2011 Apple was getting ready to expand the iPhone's reach with a T-Mobile USA version. The issue was that the carrier was using the AWS 3G band (1,700MHz), which was not widely supported. Anyway, many lined up to buy a White iPhone 4 despite being practically the same. Apple would achieve a similar success with the Gold iPhone 5s - if it's Apple doing the painting, people really love new colors. Phones killed the Walkman star The Walkman was the iPod of its time, but sadly for Sony that time had passed. The brand lived on with some portable players, but phones were killing those off even faster than they were digital cameras. If the brand had any future, it was in phones. The Sony Ericsson collaboration had created a number of Walkman-branded feature phones, but those had their own extinction to worry about. It took a long time, some would say too long, but the company launched the first Android-powered, Walkman-branded phone in April 2011 - the Sony Ericsson W8. A decidedly low-end device, it had a 3" capacitive touchscreen with 320 x 480px resolution. It was powered by a 600MHz processor with a measly 168MB RAM. It ran an outdated Android 2.1 at a time when other phones had moved on to 2.2 Froyo or even 2.3 Gingerbread. Outdated or not, it was impressive that it ran at all. As you can imagine, the Sony Ericsson W8 was not a huge success. The company failed to capitalize on Sony's music hardware history, not to mention Sony Music Entertainment. The story of the Sony Ericsson Xperia Play was similar - a great history of influential consoles and an in-house game studio counted for nothing when tied to way underpowered hardware. Vegas on the cheap The first smartphones we used could just barely manage to play an MP3 and "an MP3" is about how much you could fit in the internal storage. So we're continuously amazed by how advanced sub-$100 phones have gotten. The Nokia Lumia 520 is perhaps the best-known recent example - we've seen it as low as $25 on promotion, which nets you a capable dual-core processor, 480 x 800px screen and 720p-capable camera. This is not a new trend though, in April 2009 the Orange Vegas claimed the title "cheapest full touchscreen handset to date." It's light years behind the Lumia, but for just £48.50 - just over $70 in 2009 - you get a 2.4" touchscreen, 1.3MP camera, 64MB of storage plus a microSD card slot. Orange Vegas in pink and black The Vegas featured Facebook, MySpace and Bebo integration (that's how old this phone is) and while it wasn't a smartphone, the interface might have...


Just when you thought the Samsung Galaxy S6/S6 edge/Grand Prime triumvirate was going to rule for months on end, the Asus Zenfone 2 ZE551ML stepped in and claimed a seat in the Top 3. And it's also worth noting that the Galaxy S6 lost a massive 30K hits compared to last week. The Top 10 trending phones chart is a recap list of the devices that gathered the most hits throughout the week. In other words, the chart represents the interests of the majority of you, our visitors, and is an indication of what currently interests you. The quietly announced in Japan Sony Xperia Z4 made it to the chart, but it's fate in the global market is yet unclear. We'll need to wait and see how the interest for Sony's yet another incremental update develops over the following weeks. The Apple iPhone 6 is settling in sixth position, just like in the previous edition of the chart. Meanwhile the Lenovo A7000 has slipped into seventh after it topped in fourth last week. Xiaomi Mi 4i, the just unveiled midranger that won't break your bank, enters in ninth with a bright future ahead of it. Two more Samsung offerings, the Galaxy A5 and the Galaxy S5 complete the Top 10 in eighth and tenth spot, respectively. .news-item .n-left { float: left; width: 26%; text-align: center; } .news-item .n-right { float: left; width: 74%; } .news-item a { padding-bottom: 0; padding-left: 0; } .news-item .n-right h2, .reviews-item .n-right h2 { clear: both; padding: 0 0 3px 0px; font: 400 19px Oswald, Arial; margin-top: -4px; } .n-right p { margin-top: 25px; line-height: 155%; } .news-item { padding-top: 20px; padding-bottom: 10px; border-top: 1px solid #ccc; } .news-item p { margin-left: 0; } .n-right h2 .phone-name { display: inline-block; width: 252px; overflow: hidden; vertical-align: text-bottom; } .n-right h2 a { text-decoration: none; color: #000; } .flat-button{ text-align:center; text-decoration: none !important; font: 400 22px Oswald,Arial !important; //font-family: sans-serif; -webkit-font-smoothing: antialiased; font-size: 150%; //background: #0CADA7; padding: 20px 60px !important; display: inline-block; white-space: nowrap; -webkit-border-radius: 5px; -moz-border-radius: 5px; border-radius: 5px; margin: 10px 0; -webkit-transition: all 0.2s ease-in-out; -ms-transition: all 0.2s ease-in-out; -moz-transition: all 0.2s ease-in-out; -o-transition: all 0.2s ease-in-out; transition: all 0.2s ease-in-out; color: #fff !important; } .flat-button-1 { background: #0CADA7; } .flat-button-1:hover { background: #0A948F; color: #666666 !important; } .flat-button-2 { background: #FF7E47; } .flat-button-2:hover { background: #EE7440; color: #666666 !important; } .n-right .rank-info { display: inline-block; font-family: "Oswald",​Arial,​sans-serif; font-size: 18px; font-weight: 100; } .n-right .rank-info .current-rank { font-size: 23px; } .circle { background: none repeat scroll 0 0 #8fb28f; border-radius: 50%; height: 23px; width: 23px; display: inline-block; margin: 0px 10px -1px 10px; } .arrow { width: 0; height: 0; border-style: solid; display: inline-block; margin: 0px 10px -1px 10px; } .arrow-up { border-width: 0 15px 25px 15px; border-color: transparent transparent #0cada7 transparent; } .arrow-down { border-width: 25px 15px 0 15px; border-color: #ff7e47 transparent transparent transparent; } Samsung Galaxy S6 RANK: 1WAS: 1 specs review Asus Zenfone 2 ZE551ML RANK: 2NEW IN specs review Samsung Galaxy S6 edge RANK: 3WAS: 2 specs review Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime RANK: 4WAS: 3 specs review Sony Xperia Z4 RANK: 5NEW IN specs gallery Apple iPhone 6 RANK: 6WAS: 6 specs review Lenovo A7000 RANK: 7WAS: 4 specs review Samsung Galaxy A5 RANK: 8WAS: 7 specs review Xiaomi Mi 4i RANK:...


Here we are, again, at the end of a busy week and, naturally, we give you a quick recap of the most-interesting topics in the news. The past few days were jam-packed with new device announcements, as well as a few interesting scoops on upcoming phones and the future of the mobile industry. First things first, the Sony Xperia Z4 is finally official. But before you break out the champagne, there are a few notes to be made. The phone was officially announced, but only in Japan and chances are it won't be making it to other countries in this form. Furthermore, the long-overdue device, really didn't manage to live up to a lot of fan expectations and sea of rumors. To quote just a few - the Z4 isn't metal, although it does have a new metal frame. It doesn't come with a fingerprint reader and seems to be equipped with the same 5.2 FullHD display and 20.7Mp main camera as the Xperia Z3. But there might still be hope at the end of the tunnel, as Sony has promised that there is a true next-gen flagship phone on the way this May. Also, there is already word of an Xperia Z4 Compact and a Z4 Ultra model, which allegedly made it through certification, so Sony is one again keeping us on our toes. A few other devices were unveiled this week. The LG G Stylo is now official in Korea, with mid-range specs. And so is the Micromax Canvas Spark - an ultra-affordable Lollipop phone for just $79. Xiaomi made major headlines thanks to its newest smartphone - the Mi 4i. Most of us thought that it would be nothing more than a cheaper version of the Mi 4, but the device has gone way beyond that and offers formidable specs and quite impressive camera performance in a budget-friendly package of only $205. Lenovo also unveiled a new smartphone this week - the K80. It boasts a a 64-bit Intel Atom CPU, 4GB of RAM and a 4000 mAh battery and is also quite competitively priced at $290. LG is still the center of attention with the impending release on the LG G4. After some controversy, it became clear that the market release will happen on April 29, which is just a few days away. Naturally, we are excited to see the new genuine-leather stitched back in person and also quite intrigued by the possibility of a slightly curved screen on the device, as well as a dual-SIM version. If you think you might have missed something from the week, here is a list of what you, our readers, found most interesting in the tech world. .news-item .n-left { float: left; width: 16%; text-align: center; margin-left: -13px; } .news-item .n-right { float: left; width: 84%; } .news-item a { padding-bottom: 0; padding-left: 0; } .news-item .n-right h2, .reviews-item .n-right h2 { clear: both; padding: 0 0 3px 0px; font: 400 19px Oswald, Arial; margin-top: -4px; } .n-right p { line-height: 155%; } .news-item { padding-top: 20px; padding-bottom: 10px; border-top: 1px solid #ccc; } .news-item p { margin-left: 0; } .n-right h2 a { text-decoration: none; color: #000; } Sony Xperia Z4 launches with 5.2" FHD display in Japan This flagship powered by Snapdragon 810 SoC, bears improved water and dust resistance properties. Micromax Canvas Spark with Lollipop launched for $79 The phone will be offered via flash sales exclusively on Snapdeal from April 29. Sony Xperia Z4 is not the 2015 flagship, stay tuned this May Reportedly Sony Xperia Z4 will remain a Japan-exclusive phone, while Sony will introduce its flagship in May. Sony Xperia Z4 Compact, Z4 Ultra spotted in certification list Indonesian telecom regulatory list points at the successors of the Xperia Z3 Compact and the Xperia Z Ultra. Nokia rumored to return to making phones next year The Finnish company will reportedly license its product designs to another manufacturer. Flipkart lists Asus Zenfone 2 in India ahead of launch The online retailer will begin selling the smartphone in less than four days, on April 23. LG G4 said to be costlier than Samsung's Galaxy S6 According to an LG official quoted by ETnews, the device will be priced between the S6 and S6...


It looks like Huawei might release the unannounced P8 Lite after all. The mid-range sibling of Huawei P8 and P8max appeared for pre-order in Germany with €249 price tag. The smartphone is available to order in black and silver/gold color scheme. According to the retail listing, the Huawei P8 Lite will begin shipping to customers on May 15. As its name suggests, Huawei P8 Lite is a toned down version of the recently announced P8 flagship. Its specs include 5" 720p IPS display, Kirin 620 SoC with octa-core CPU, 2GB of RAM, 13MP main camera, and 5MP front-facing unit, Source (in German) |...


Apparently there can be too much of a good thing, and in Samsung's case the unanticipated high demand for the Galaxy S6 edge lead to shortages in the smartphone's supply. The limiting factor was quoted to be the dual-edge display, but Samsung was quick to address the issue. Industry insiders report that a new manufacturing line has already gone operational, which should bring the production volume to 5 million curved displays a month. That's a substantial increase compared to the previous 2 million units monthly output and should help the company reach the latest forecast of 70 million Galaxy S6/S6 edge device sales. The new plant's planned launch date was set for the month of June, but with the explosion of market demand Samsung managed to pull it off two months ahead of schedule. Owing in no small part to the special screen, the Galaxy S6 edge was reported to be the company's most expensive smartphone to produce. The 64GB Verizon version cost Samsung a whopping $290 for materials and assembly...


Sony has updated its operating profit forecast for the 2015 fiscal year, bringing the number up to JPY 300 billion. That translates to $2.52 billion and is four times as much as previous company estimates. The information comes courtesy of Japanese newspaper Nikkei, but no official statement from Sony has been released. If the forecast turns into reality, it will be the company's highest profit since 2008. The reason for the improved figures lies in expectations for higher sales of display sensors for mobile phones, as well as better market performance of the Playstation gaming console. The corporation's smartphone business is not the driving factor though, and persistent reports claim the division may soon be put up for sale. The ongoing restructuring of the company, however, is finally showing results and Sony will attempt to put behind its back several years in the red, brought about by dwindling smartphone and TV...


The Oppo bezelless phone has been a regular to the rumor mill and we've seen more than one set of photos, or videos, for that matter. This newest leak however is the most comprehensive one and shows the innovative smartphone from every angle in properly lit photos as well as a hands on video. We know that Oppo has been developing an ingenious technology to provide a bezelless smartphone experience without the added risks of breakage such a design implies. The company came up with a solution that bends the light emitted from the pixels at the edges of the screen towards the user, thus providing the edge-to-edge display illusion. Meanwhile a rim surrounding the panel ensures that rigidity requirements are met. The front glass panel that's the key to the design is also among the subjects in the photos. Oppo bezelless phone As the pictures reveal, the concept appears to work well in practice and the smartphone boast a rather unique look. Or it would have been unique if it wasn't for the ZTE Nubia Z9, which promo material claims to sport a similar design. We are yet to see which device will make it to market first, and whether the Nubia Z9 will indeed be such a bezelless smartphone, or Oppo will hold that crown on its own. It's also unclear if the Oppo offering will be a successor to the R5 or will launch a line of its own. Either way, you can catch a glimpse of the smartphone in action in the video below. Source |...


UK carrier Three has revealed that Samsung's Galaxy S4 mini will not be getting the Android Lollipop update. The revelation was made by the carrier in response to a user's question on Twitter. @barbs_paul Sorry for the delay in replying Paul. There's no plans for Lollipop for the S4 mini due to memory limitation. >DD— ThreeUKSupport (@ThreeUKSupport) April 24, 2015 The reason, according to the carrier is the memory limitation on the S4 mini. When pressed further, Three also revealed they've received an official confirmation for the same from Samsung. @YouMobile Hi there. Yes we've received confirmation from Samsung that this is due to a memory limitation with this device...— ThreeUKSupport (@ThreeUKSupport) April 24, 2015 For those who aren't aware, released back in 2013, Galaxy S4 mini is a more compact, but also less capable variant of that year's Samsung flagship - Galaxy S4. Update: One of our readers has pointed out that Ireland's branch of Three will indeed release a Lollipop update for the Galaxy S4 mini. In fact, it has already started rolling out, so it's apparently a region/carrier dependent update. Thanks for the tip. @debbiebabes Our updates would be different from theirs, we have approved our version.— Three Ireland Online (@ThreeCare) April 24, 2015 Source |...


Microsoft has been hard at work in recent months populating the entry-level and lower midrange with a whole bunch of devices. March saw the unveiling of the Lumia 640 and Lumia 640XL, later followed by the modest Lumia 430 and less than a fortnight ago - the Lumia 540 Dual SIM. This leaves the upper market segment to be updated and we wrote on the possible specs of the expected Lumia 940 and 940XL. A new report now claims that a successor to the Lumia 830 is in the works and we're likely to see it sooner than later. The source states that the Lumia 840 will arrive in the coming months, but won't ship with Windows 10 and will run Windows Phone 8.1 GDR2 instead. The new OS version will apparently be reserved for the flagship Lumia 940, at least for the time being. The Lumia 840 is said to come with a display size around the 5-inch mark like its predecessor, but will carry improvements in other areas. Both cameras will see a bump and the new model will pack a 13-14MP PureView-branded main shooter and a 5MP selfie unit. A more powerful chipset is also to be found in the future smartphone, which may come with dual-SIM support. Further indication of the nearing launch of the Lumia 840 comes from the fact that Microsoft has quietly pulled the current Lumia 830 model off its Indian store. With the stage already half-set, we should expect to see the new smartphone some time...


Just a few days ago, Huawei sent out invites for its event on April 28, clearly indicating that it will announce a mid-range Honor 4C handset. However, if a latest teaser (see image below) posted on Chinese social media is to be believed, the company may announce not one but three new smartphones. The three devices shown in the image above are said to be the Honor 4C Play, 4C Note, and 4C Max. Although the picture isn't very clear, it's easy to figure out that the devices will differ in terms of display sizes. From what is known till now, the Honor 4C Play will be powered by a Kirin 620 chipset with octa-core processor and sport a 5-inch 720p display. It will come with 2GB RAM and 8GB of expandable memory, and will pack in a 2550mAh battery. In terms of camera it will feature a 13MP rear unit and an 5MP front shooter. The device will run Android 5.0 Lollipop and will support 4G LTE networks. Needless to say, none of this has been confirmed by the company, so take it with a pinch of...

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